Since I have become a Grandma I have loved to make things for those precious babies. I also love the fact that when they are babies it does not take me very long to create and finish those items. I will often end up searching the internet for patterns and ideas. This of course can take up some time because I will get engrossed in the process. If I do not monitor the time I spend on this I can spend hours upon hours on the computer. 🙂
Here is a costume that I created for my Grand Daughter when she was a baby. She was Miss Peanut Guy.
At the moment we have 12 grandchildren and trying to keep up with all of them gets to be quite interesting. Lately I have been on a kick of making ponchos and had made one for my Son and Daughter in Law. My Grand Daughter saw them and of course wanted Grandma to make her one! Below is a picture of her modeling her poncho for me.
My Grandson also loves to have his picture taken and was a nice model for me with his fedora hat I made him.
I wish I had more time to spend on making things for those that I love! One of these days I hope to find that time 🙂
As always thanks for stopping by, Laura
Lately I have been into making Ponchos. I think they can be very versatile! There can be so many uses for them. They can be worn with jeans or date night attire and help keep you warm on a cool day or night. They can have a Lacey look or be Cabled to have a heavier look. Below are some of the Ponchos that I have finished and are available at Crochet & Craft items by Dunmirecrochetcorner on Etsy.
This one is fashioned for a more Casual and Modern Poncho with a hood. The pattern for this poncho I found at Free Crochet Pattern 40493-C Vertical-Stripe Poncho: Woman’s Version : Lion Brand Yarn Company. This is the basic pattern I ended up putting my own twist to it with buttons on the side and adding a hood.
Both of these were fashioned from the same pattern from 1970 but with different stitches and lengths. You can do so many different things with one pattern if you switch out stitches, colors and experiment with the length etc. This is where I found this pattern PONCHO 3 COLOR – Groovy Crochet.
I had found quite a few patterns online for Ponchos and here are some of those. Click on the picture and it will take you right to the pattern. It is amazing the different looks that you can come up with for a Poncho!
Magic Tweed Poncho
Simply Soft Striped Poncho
I love that the Poncho has so many ways you can incorporate them into your wardrobe. Have you owned a Poncho and what have you worn it with? I am in the process of making me some different types of Ponchos for myself. Would love to hear from you and any ideas you have for wearing a Poncho.
Thanks for stopping by and entering my world of crochet!